The ski that defines speed in the World Cup. Thanks to Cold Base Bonding and Cold-finishing the Speedmax Skate Cold demonstrates its clear supremacy. Unparalleled wax absorption and markedly better grindability of the base make this the ski of champions. Suitable for: -10°C and colder.
Speeding to victory
The Speedmax collection: with the revolutionary winning technology Cold Base Bonding and the Precision Pairing System – to ensure exact ski selection and optimum ski pairing. Plus: Finish First gives the ski the perfect finish!
Everything that makes the ski fast!
Precision Pairing System to ensure exact ski selection and optimum ski pairing. In addition Finish First gives the ski the perfect finish!
Speedmax Skate Plus Stiff
- Item no. N04917
- Weight/Lenth 1.030g / 186cm
- Base / Climbing zone WC Plus
- Stamp 1Q
- Sidecut 41-44-44
- Ski core AIR CORE HM CARBON
- Construction 610
- Lengths 171, 176, 181, 186, 191
Deeper and coarser Plus structure, ideal for warm and moist conditions. Produced using natural diamond.
The latest from the World Cup: Proven Air Core material - the most successful ski core with over 80% air content for extremely light weight combined with highly molecular carbon fibres.
Arrow-shaped sidecut for improved performance and dynamics especially for the 1:1 skating technique.
The next generation in ski pairing: fully automatic dynamic measurements of a multitude of pairing criteria ensures precise ski choice and optimised pairing.
Skating race ski construction for maximum speed through pressure relief at the ski tip and tail. Perfect on compact to soft snow.
The revolution in ski making: Speedmax technology to protect the homogeneous molecular structure of the base for perfect wax absorption. Guarantees maximum speed.
Skating construction with HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action.
Infrared preparation with fluoride-content hot wax. Best gliding properties, protection against dirt and oxidation. Powered by VAUHTI.
The finishing touch now comes from Finish First: the term that covers and unites all the individual technological steps in the course of the final treatment of the base.